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Muriel M. Britton, 78, of Manchester, passed away on August 12th, 2019 surrounded by her family after a brief illness. Born November 27th to the late George and Irene Gauthier, she was a lifelong resident of Manchester. She was predeceased by her parents, and husband John E Britton Jr, who passed away in 2009.
Family members include her two children: son John E. Britton III and his wife Nancy of East Wakefield and daughter Kelly A. Britton and her partner Lesa Levasseur of Manchester, sisters Connie Gravel and her husband Donald of Dunbarton and Doris Lefebvre and her husband Mark of New London. She leaves four grandchildren: John E Britton IV of Hillsborough, Sarah Britton, her partner Nick Roketenetz and great-granddaughter Ivy of Hooksett, Joseph Britton of Manchester, and Hannah Britton of Nashua. She also leaves behind her beloved Maltese rescue dog Callie.
Prior to her retirement, she was employed as a cosmetician at Osco Drug for many years. More recently, she volunteered for Catholic Medical Center Surgical Services. She enjoyed spending time with family, crossword puzzles, gardening, and her favorite place was the beach.
Richard “Dick” Lee Bristow, 75, Leavenworth, died Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at his home, after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease. He was born May 6, 1944, in Wichita, Kansas, to Joseph L. and Helen L. (Zeugin) Bristow.
He attended Sacred Heart grade school, graduated from Immaculata High School in 1962, Rockhurst College in 1966, University of Wyoming in 1976 with a Pharmacy degree and University of Kansas in 1993 with a Master’s degree in Hospital Administration.
On Jan. 6, 1968, Richard married Carol Jeanne Finley in Bonner Springs, Kansas. He is survived by his loving wife of 51 years; a daughter, Anne (Jeffery) Slusher; three sons, Joseph (Regiane), Michael (Margaret) and Thomas (Brooke); seven wonderful grandchildren, Corey (Alana) Brantley, Mason Krause, Kellen Slusher, Cameron Bristow, Malcolm Bristow, Clara Bristow and Patrick Bristow; a sister, Patricia Moulden; four brothers, Bernard, Edward, Robert and John Bristow; and several cousins.
Richard was an extremely dedicated pharmacist at the Leavenworth Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center for 25 years. His first priorities were always for the patient and the staff, always going out of his way to help. He also worked as a pharmacist at Russell’s Pharmacy, Osco Drug, St. John’s Hospital, CVS Pharmacy, Overland Park Regional and Providence Hospital.
John Patrick Harrington, age 77 of Scottsdale, Arizona, died June 9, 2019. Beloved son of the late Patrick and Margaret (nee Driscoll) Harrington, originally of County Cork, Ireland, dear brother of Mary Crotty (husband Larry, deceased), Daniel Harrington and the late Robert Harrington. He was the dear uncle of Laura Crotty, James Crotty (wife Michelle), Maureen Westropp (husband Tim), Daniel Harrington (wife Lorie), Dana Harrington, Michael Harrington (wife Kelley) and Kelly Dingess (husband Rich) and Great uncle of 14.
Jack was born on May 7, 1942 in Cleveland and passed away on June 9, 2019 in Scottsdale Arizona. He was a resident of Arizona for over 30 years, previously a resident of South Euclid. Jack was a parishioner of St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church of Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Cleveland and St. Patrick Catholic Church in Scottsdale. He attended St. Aloysius Grade School until 1956 and graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 1960. Jack then earned his RPh pharmacy degree from the University of Toledo in 1965. He proudly worked as a pharmacist for Miller Drug and CVS in Cleveland and Osco Drug in Scottsdale. Jack was an avid Cleveland sports fan and especially loved the Browns. He was reserved, hardworking, and caring. Jack was giving and devoted to his family. He will be dearly missed by all.Write comment (0 Comments)
Mildred is survived by her daughters, Connie (Jack) Pleinis and Marsha (Tim) Adolf.Write comment (0 Comments)